AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Renoir, the New 8-Core APU Could Be Presented at CES 2020


Pending official information, some information is popping up online on the alleged new AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Renoir APU.

Awaiting official information, some information that seems to relate to the new next-generation AMD APUs, based on Zen 2 architecture and 7nm production process, or the 4000U series, which should be presented at CES 2020, is leaked from the internet.

One of the most expected of this new send is Ryzen 7 4700U, of which some data have been disclosed by a user on Reddit, after detecting the presence of the chip on PCMark 10, apparently. The software has not been able to fully recognize the chip, probably because of its novelty, so there is no certainty that it is precisely that.

According to what emerged, Ryzen 7 The 4700U should be a new 8-core APU, equipped with an integrated Radeon Vega graphics card and capable of reaching a 4.2 GHz boost frequency. Although no details have been leaked regarding the TDP, this model is assumed to be set to 15W, as well as its predecessor AMD Ryzen 3700U.

It remains to be understood what is the actual base frequency of the processor and the possible support for the SMT which would bring the capacity of the APU to 16 logical threads.